Stars are formed by galactic electric currents not by gravity. They are not powered by nuclear fuel.

In Part 1 of this three-part presentation, the chief science advisor to The Thunderbolts Project, physicist Wal Thornhill, begins our discussion on the nature of stars with an examination of so-called neutron stars, a hypothetical entity, which was invented in 1960’s after the unexpected discovery of pulsing electromagnetic emissions in space. But as Thornhill explains, like the standard theory of supernova, the hypothetical neutron star is a questionable proposition, at best. Previous Space News on pulsars:…


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